WAUSAU (WKOW) -- During her two stops in Wisconsin, First Lady Michelle Obama stressed the importance of voting early.
Mrs. Obama spoke in Racine and Wausau on Friday.
The first lady said her husband is working for middle class Americans. She also said the president has brought back the economy from the brink of collapse and he's working to make college affordable for everyone.
"If we truly want to build opportunities for all Americans, then yes, we need to cut wasteful spending. But we also have to make smart investments in things like education and infrastructure in this country. That is what my husband stands for," Obama said while she was in Wausau.
Mrs. Obama said the president is nowhere near satisfied with where America is and that he knows there is plenty of work left to be done.
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